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I have been much dissapointed in not receiving any Letters from your Father or you by the late...
We live in dayly, hourly hopes of Letters from you at Paris. I wrote you by the Milo Capt Glover,...
For three weeks past there have been many & various reports in circulation respecting the...
I See by the paper that a cartel is to sail from Newyork for Gottenburgh. altho I have written to...
I have not acknowledged your 5. & 7 Octr. We have had another delightful Family Scene. Madam De...
At the Request of Mr Quincy, I inclose to you, his Speech on the Admission of States into the...
The Public Papers will inform you that M r Jefferson has resigned and that M r Randolph is...
I inclose a Slip with an Essay in it, Signed Richlieu The Editor has poisoned it, with a Silly...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of the 7th. Vol. of Wheaton’s Reports, the...
your Brother returnd this Evening from Boston and gave me notice that a vessel would Sail for...
There is an observation, which I wish you to make very early in Life because it may be usefull to...
I can tell you nothing with Certainty when the Peace will be finished. I hope it will not be...
Your N. 48. April 8. arrived last night, and put our little family Circle into the best possible...
Tis a very long time since I wrote to you, or heard from you I have been more engaged in company...
I recieved your Kind favour of the 24th Yesterday morning never did a letter prove more welcome...
In the first place, I must, in conformity with one of the rules ordained by you orators,...
General Forest has kindly given in the letter I inclose, his opinion on the doubt you suggest...
It is my intention to return to you early next week unless my Dr. forbids; I will therefore beg...
I have seen many of your poetical effusions, from the time when you were at College, to this last...
No one has felt more deeply impress’d with the occasion which has drawn you to Quincy, than...
I inclose to you your Brothers Letter I should have Sent for you last saturday but I expected a...
29 Rode out to Mr Sergeants about 2 miles and a half from Philadelphia on the Ridge Road. The...
I have this morning received your favours of Jan. 7 and February the first with the Newspapers...
I am charmed to find by your last letter that you pass your time so agreeably at Ghent: it would...
Yesterday, was one, of the most joyful days of my life Harriet Welsh, like a winged mercury, came...
Mr John Douglas Simms of Virginia is the son of Col Charles Simms for many years collector of the...
Plots & counterplots spring up like mushrooms in all directions, we shall hear enough of them,...
Tomorrow week being the 1st. March I presume this must be the last letter I address to you at...
Mr. Shaw brought me your letter last night of the 29 and you may be assured I will attend to the...
I have the pleasure to acknowledg Your Letter of the 30th of June, brought by the Pilifix ,...